OMB Seeks IT Specialist for Data Mgmt

The Office of Management and Budget has kicked off its search for an information technology specialist who will work within the budget analysis and systems branch of OMB’s budget review division.

A USAJobs notice posted Thursday stated that the IT specialist will fulfill analytical and management duties related to the planning, development, implementation and administration of data in OMB’s MAX database.

The MAX Budget System is designed to help federal agencies prepare the president’s budget and help OMB carry out a range of budget collection and decision support-related work.

The IT specialist will oversee the design, implementation, monitoring, maintenance, tuning, administration and access management for the MAX database environment.

The incumbent will also create standards, policies and procedures for MAX database environment and provide in-house expertise on database concepts.

OMB could hire more than one IT specialist if additional vacancies come up.

The agency will accept applications through June 1.

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